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Video footage of Aleppo was projected onto torn strips of white sheet, which fluttered as the public walked past.In addition to this eight-minute video installation, the Heinrich Boell Foundation's "Across Beyond Aleppo" featured work by photojournalists Sam Tarling and Abd Alkader Habaq, both of whom covered the conflict in Aleppo.It featured Syrian doctors Fouad Fouad and Wael al-Raas, who worked in Aleppo while under siege, and civil society representatives, including Diana Semaan, Syria researcher at Amnesty International, and James Sadri, director of NGO The Syria Campaign.Tarling visited Aleppo in 2012 and 2014, first for Lebanon's Executive Magazine, later with London's The Daily Telegraph.For the most part, Tarling feels that the immediate impact of his photography is limited.
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